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PTFE/PTFE Graphite Packing with Elastomeric Core (MI-MARINE)

PTFE/PTFE Graphite Packing with Elastomeric Core (MI-MARINE)

By Fluid Sealing Asbestos & Non Asbestos Gland Packing

MI-MARINE is a unique braided packing braided from either Pure PTFE Fiber Yarn or PTFE Graphite Yarn over a Hollow or Solid core, of a Special Elastomer, conforming to IS specification. The elastomeric core enhances the memory & resiliency, allowing the packing to withstand shaft run outs and radial vibrations while controlling leakage with minimum gland adjustments. It finds immense use in marine applications due to its ability to retain its original shape & strength even after prolonged use. The dimensions of the Elastomer Cord in the core are determined as per client’s requirements.

SERVICE MEDIA & APPLICATIONS Extremely suitable for Marine applications such as in Stern Tubes, Rudder Posts, Dry Dock Pumps, Worn-out Shaft/Stem of Pumps & Valves etc.
TEMPERATURE -240 C to +280 C
PRESSURE Static -250 bar Dynamic - 150 bar.
PH RANGE 0 to 14



Gland packing is a type of sealing material used to fill the space between a rotating shaft and a stationary housing or between two mating parts in a mechanical system. It is used to prevent the leakage of fluids, gases, or other materials from the system. Gland packing works by using the pressure and friction generated by the movement of the shaft to create a seal.
In a mechanical seal, gland packing is used to fill the space between the rotating shaft and the stationary seal housing. It is used to prevent leakage of the fluid being sealed and to maintain the pressure within the system.
There are several types of Asbestos & Non Asbestos Gland Packings, including Pure PTFE Gland Packing, Pure PTFE Graphite Packing, Pure Aramid Packing, Aramid & PTFE Combination Packing, Aramid & PTFE Graphite Packing, Premium Expanded Graphite Packing, Ramie Fiber Packing etc.
To properly install gland packing in a sealing application, the packing should be lubricated and then carefully packed into the gland or seal housing. The gland should then be tightened to the appropriate torque to compress the packing and create a seal.
The main benefit of using gland packing in a sealing application is that it is a relatively simple and cost-effective way to create a seal. It is also relatively easy to install and maintain.
The choice of gland packing material can significantly affect the performance of the seal. Different materials have different properties and are suitable for different applications. For example, PTFE packing is resistant to chemicals, but for high temperatures, it may not be as durable as other materials.




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